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CP316: Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing

Timers

PostLab

  1. Modify one of your timer programs so that it uses good programming practices to make the code easier to read and maintain. In particular, make sure that there are no magic numbers, even where you do all of your initialization.
    Paste this in your lab notebook. (You don't have to paste in the sections that are unchanged; only show the changes.)

Show your lab notebook with the pasted code or hand in a copy of the code at the next lab.

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